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that technology is undercutting some of our basic and most needed abilities, like being able to speak with confidence, write clearly, and develop problem-solving skills. emily introduces us to a mom and daughter who are offering some advice. >> meet maribeth and lizzie kuzmeski. when it comes to communication, they've got a lot to say. in fact, they wrote a book about the importance of developing good communication skills. it's called "the engaging child." welcome. >> hi. >> hi. thanks for having us here. >> maribeth, why did you write the book? >> well, i have two teenagers, and i noticed that some of the ways that they were communicating weren't necessarily the ways that were helping them practice communication skills. texting, facebook -- they're all great, and we love having all of those different technologies to use. but i found that the skills that they weren't practicing were the ones that were probably going to make a bigger difference in their lives -- for instance, getting a job, getting into college. we've got to be able to communicate. if you want to ask somebody on a date
's graduating ready for a great career in technology. [ male announcer ] in 2012, 90% of devry university grads actively seeking employment had careers in their field in 6 months. find your career success in the bay area. learn how at devry.edu. >> new tonight at 8-- in most cites you need an actual person to issue you a parking ticket, but not in san francisco.. there are multiple ways as stanley roberts shows us in this edition of people behaing badly. >> stanley: if you are on mission street and you double park you might get a little surprise in the mail. that is because back in 2010 san francisco launched a pilot program fitting muni buses with video cameras. the camera record vehicle license plates and vehicle descriptions while buses are rolling and department of parking officers watch the video and issue tickets. unlike a parking enforcement officer you might see on the street you can't plead your case like this woman is trying to do what are you doing? you see she parked in a commercial loading zone the red top is an indication she told the parking officer her passenger was disabled so
. facebook announced a technology partnership earlier in the week that aims to expand internet access to five billion people currently not connected. apple may receive reduced punishment for conspiring with publishers to raise e- book prices. the department of justice has suggested to cut the current punishment in half.to five years. the injunction prevents apple from making deals with publishers that would limit price competition. officials say the ruling that the original proposal would unnecessarily harm apple. "grey's anatomy" actor patrick dempsey has severed ties with tully's coffee. dempsey had sued his business partner for allegedly taking out a two his knowledge. the actor helped acquire the seattle-based company out of bankruptcy earlier this year. dempsey resolved the legal dispute friday.and tully's will continue to operate under its current owner. still ahead on the kron four news weekend. residents near yosemite national park are worried their homes could engulfed by the raging there. when we return, we'll hear what those folks have to say about the fire. we'll be right back. we
. this is my booster club. this is the guy who's graduating ready for a great career in technology. [ male announcer ] in 2012, 90% of devry university grads actively seeking employment had careers in their field in 6 months. find your career success in the bay area. learn how at devry.edu. >>james: we are back. a new batman has been chosen for its easy it on the screen right there. ben affleck has been the cast as the newest capped crusader. he will play the role opposite henry cavill's reprisal of clark kent and superman. expected to see this one in theaters july 2015. cut! i have no idea whats's going on. maybe you're the original really big chicken com, with curly fries and a drink for just $3.99. why the cowboyat? you're the barbecue chicken combo with two chicken patties, bacon, cheese, and barbecue sauc you also come with curly fries and a drink for $39. bubbles! i have no idea what's going on. kron4 knows at seven starts now. >>mark: top stories we're following on this friday august 23rd, the wild fire continues to rage and just outside the yosemite and explodes over night. we will
for a great career in technology. [ male announcer ] in 2012, 90% of devry university grads actively seeking employment had careers in their field in 6 months. find your career success in the bay area. learn how at devry.edu. gabe slate tech report >> reporter: the first u.s.- based company to produce a smart, and united states. manila and drove phone is made in texas before today i would have thought they would have made in china but it cost google $4 a fan fest the difference. >> reporter: google glass has found its way into the operations room. a global glassware researcher transfer lines to jam of knee surgery in to students and other physicians. at the ohio state with certain medical center in all, as ohio. >> reporter: the next iphone lands in stores because of it at that fail by t mobil. between employee vacation palatka out is a >> jacqueline: this will increase our swap sea breeze today last of a sea breeze and floss which means warmer temperatures after the break. a7 >> jacqueline: are and the bellies dropped a few degrees. we still hit 90 in fairfield and action 91 in napa and two
emails of some americans -- shows that oversight worked >> "as technology moves forward, that means that we may be able to build technologies that give people more assurance." >> reporter: and -- in lighter family news -- the president said -- the obama's new dog, sunny, is keeping him a bit more company than his daughters now. >> "what i'm discovering is that each year i get more excited about spending time with them. they get a little less excited." >> reporter: in washington, i'm sunlen miller for kron 4 news. >> catherine: the army psychiatrist charged with killing fellow soldiers at fort hood, texas has been found guilty on all counts. not a surprise. since major nidal hasan refused to present any defense at his court martial. he was convicted of 13 counts of murder and 32 counts of attempted murder for the 2009 attack. it's possible now that he'll get the death penalty. hasan acted as his own attorney -- and did not call a single witness. the u.s. soldier who admitted to killing 16 afghan civilians has been spared the death penalty. staff sergeant robert bales has been sentenc
, and even travel the halls of his school, with the help of some futuristic technology. joleen chaney reports. >> "do you see me conrad?" >> reporter: he does, but not how you'd expect him to. conrad sees his classmates, and they see him -- his face in the monitor of a telepresence system, a robot. he's had to miss a lot of class because of severe allergies and a very rare immune system disorder, so rare it doesn't even have a name. as far as his family knows, little conrad is the only one in the world who has it. and they hope a bone marrow transplant will get him healthy enough to enjoy a normal life. he leaves this weekend for denver, and is taking his new robot with him. >> "i just have to have it because i'm going to denver for something called a bone marrow transplant and i'm going to be leaving for awhile. and that's all i pretty much know." >> reporter: this is his second time to tinker with the robot. >> "you take the mouse. i just put it there and whoa, whoa!" >> reporter: his little fingers maneuvering across the keys and mouse. >> "hey, conrad." >> "hey." >> reporter: directing th
the technology allowed for much broader and much more practical uses, like braces for teeth, and still not-so-practical uses, such exact replicas of masterpieces by vincent van gough, frame and all. 3d systems and stratasys both make 3-d printing machines that pump out layers of plastics, metal moving parts. >> starbucks has announced plans to open its first cafe in colombia, where the popular juan valdez chain has a very firm foothold. the seattle-based chain said the bogota store will open in the first half of 2014 and be operated through a joint venture between the company's latin american franchisee, alsea, and the food company grupo nutresa. starbucks says it has aggressive plans to open cafes across colombia over the next five years. ceo howard schultz said he expected to have up to 50 stories in bogota and other major cities by then. >> we will be right back. >> we will start off with an update on the forecast. it is to stay, more school districts are headed back to school. >> the temperatures are mainly in the '60s. we're talking fast clearing until the late morning hour. here is a
. >>: of the device is called side all. it relies on the same technology used by nasa. >>: my body is just leaving but mind fully awake. >>: one man says it helps them do with his posttraumatic stress from iraq. >>: when medicines did it work he tried a desperate after two months he says he feels great courage, i normally would take a couple of hours to get this relaxation. i'm there within minutes now. >>: the site offers energy boost. we asked our and turn to try it out. >>: she did feel rested but it didn't clear her mind as much as she expected. >>: i still had a little bit of rain chatter but i do feel a bit more relaxed. >>: i put these on as well to check them out and let me tell you it's hard to describe the feeling you get from them. it's almost like a combination of what you'd expect time travel to feel like an being inside a disco. do they work? " certainly depends on your brain and how you process which is the inside. if you want to learn more to cut our web site tech report got tb for it time-- techreport.tv. im rich deumureoo. that was your tech report. >>george: an ember of the earl
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